Myco-Phytoremediation Research: Water Quality Health & Pollinator Habitat

Tuesday, July 27, 2021
Time: 6:00–7:30PM
Event Type: 
Special Event
Location: Shelburne Farms
Fee: $20, scholarships available

Join MycoEvolve for a workshop co-led by Shelburne Farms Woodlands Manager Dana Bishop, Non-native Species Removal Consultant Mike Bald of ‘Got Weeds’, and Environmental Scientist and practitioner Jess Rubin of MycoEvolve in an informative on-site workshop which shares natural strategies of restoring native polyculture riparian habitat with no chemicals, explores below and above ground data from 1.5 years of field and laboratory research, and discusses complex dynamics of attempting to mitigate phosphorus pollution and habitat fragmentation through Myco-Phytoremediation techniques.

Please arrive at the front gate at 5:45PM, this will allow us to caravan in and show you where we are — it’s not easy to find, so please factor in arriving 15 minutes early. 

If funding is an issue please email [email protected], and MycoEvolve can waive the fee.

This research is funded by SARE NE, the Lintilhac Foundation , and the UVM College of Agriculture & Life Science James W. Marvin Award in Science and Conservation.

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